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Interactive / Mobile / UI Designer, Sanghee Cho’s portfolio website.
Designer : Sanghee Cho
Back-end, Front-end Developer : Jongmin Kim
No dependencies (jQuery not required) and MIT License.
Inspired by Sanghee Cho’s Heroes Project.
I’ve done Heroes project!
Even the Hulk has been driving me crazy sometime, but it was fun though.
Using my hand was very helpful to get a right position.
Spider Man is my favorite work.
He is hiding behind his weapon, it means he is get ready to jumping up ;)
Sanghee Cho’s personal work
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Hangeul is the Korean alphabet. Instead of being written sequentially, like English, Hangeul is grouped into blocks that represent individual syllables. In this way, it can be used to write most sounds.
The Mimetic Words of Hangeul is an art project that attempts to visually represent onomatopoeic and mimetic words according to their meaning.
The project was made using HTML5, especially Canvas, and it works beautifully on both desktop and tablet.
A special thank you to Justin Earley
who helped with the English copy.
Luger’s Day is Firstborn’s annual party to celebrate Firstborners, and we usually did some funny things for the day.
- See what I did for last Luger’s Day.
For Luger’s 2013, we made an camera App named ‘Lugr Log’ and a website.
The idea is very fun, everyone install the Lugr Log App on their phone, and they will have 36 photos to use from 11 am Thursday to 11 am Friday.
The photos will be automatically saved on the server and starting the morning after, we will be able to watch the photos on the Lugr Log site.
People can’t see clearly the screen when they take a picture, so nobody know what picture will be on the site next day :)
The App has a special function, when people launch the App on next day, the App display ‘self-destruct’ message and show explosion animation with vibration.
LUGR LOG APP ON IPHONE
2013 LUGER’S DAY
Idea : Brett Swanson
Producer : Jillian Likens
Android Developer : Zeh Fernando
Back-end, iOS Developer : Phil Baudoin
Front-end Developer : Emily Park
Designer : Jongmin Kim